Lindsay Robertson: My Special Thoughts About the... →
Initially I assumed it was One, but later began leaning towards Four. Logic: There’s just no way in hell a son/father can ever look at their mother/wife again after witnessing all the outrageousness Julianne and Amanda managed to get themselves into. I refuse to believe that her character would have been deranged enough to put that clip in her hair at the son’s graduation party had...
This is real. And it looks spectacular.
lindsayrobertson: “Writing whole books is like hauling flour sacks around under the thumb of an evil tyrant who keeps wanting the sacks stacked in new and different arrangements. You just have to remember the tyrant really does have a vision, and he will settle on it if you give him enough time, but it is important to tell him to fuck off and that you need to go lie down whenever you want,...
trying not to die is so taxing you take a breath just to let it out again...– Sun Airway - Put the Days Away (I probably got some of the lyrics wrong and feel stupid for quoting lyrics at all, but Sun Airway deserves as much indexing on google as they can get.)
Christina Aguilera's new video is embarrassing. →
The New York Times is streaming The National's new...
I’m freaking out.
Their entire financial system was based on their not knowing, and paying them...– Michael Lewis, The Big Short
If you wanted to predict how people would behave, you only had to look at their...– Michael Lewis, The Big Short
But, as always, they were sorry for each other for the wrong things at the wrong...– F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Beautiful and Damned (308) (via wordsinbooks)
"That's because I practice."
Cheryl: Hey Bobby, how's it going?
Me: (pause) It's going well.
Cheryl: That didn't sound too convincing.
Me: How's it going with you?
Cheryl: I'm fantastic.
Me: Well THAT sounded convincing.
Cheryl: That's because I practice. You should, too.
Mama always said, ‘Two tears in a bucket, motherfuck it.’– The Lady Chablis (herself) - Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (directed by Clint Eastwood, based on the book by Jay Berendt)
Everybody’s got loaded guns around here.– John Kelso (John Cusack) - Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (directed by Clint Eastwood, based on the book by Jay Berendt)